Nurse holding medical products.

How to improve patient care and hospital efficiency

by Stephanie Pavol

Exclusive perspectives on three healthcare industry trends for health system leaders.

Key insights from our Bridging Clinical and Operational Excellence Summit

by Mark Chaparro, Kelli McRory and Robert Rajalingam

Two health systems share how they are moving the needle on costs and outcomes with an optimized supply chain.

3 key findings from our latest supply chain survey

by Chris Hayhurst

Our latest supply chain survey of frontline providers and supply chain decision-makers reveals what hospital leaders need to know.

How to make the clinically-integrated supply chain a reality

by Chris Hayhurst

Supply chain executives and perioperative clinical leaders share three key suggestions on addressing barriers to better cross-collaboration.

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What your hospital can do to better manage specialty pharmaceutical costs

by James Roof

An expert shares how hospital and health system leaders can look to an innovative model to improve patient care and reduce costs.

How to prepare for a crisis

by Sean Halligan

Expert advice on how to ensure those in need get critical medications and supplies during an emergency.

Value-based care often begins with the supply chain

by Jon Giacomin

Jon Giacomin, CEO of our medical segment, explores the role of supply chain in delivering better care.

What your hospital needs to know about disaster preparedness

by Michael Myser

Leaders from Baptist Health South Florida share how they prepped for - and endured - Hurricane Irma, as well as the lessons they learned.

What you need to know about your OR supply chain

by Michael Myser

Forty percent of all clinicians and other stakeholders say their hospital has cancelled a surgical case due to missing supplies. Read more key findings from our latest supply chain survey.

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